Former Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo scored five goals for Real Madrid against Granada in La Liga on Saturday.
Nottingham Forest forward Dexter Blackstock says he felt a problem with his hamstring in the game against Wolves.
Daley Blind was Manchester United's star man in the Red Devils' weekend victory over Aston Villa.
Leeds United manager Neil Redfearn has admitted he's feeling isolated at the club.
Celtic boss Ronny Deila has commented on the exciting possibilities facing his younger players.
The Arsenal right back is already proving his class, being defensively than Seamus Coleman, and better going forward than Nathaniel Clyne.
England are doing their best to move on from their embarrassing World Cup campaign but even the Atlantic is not wide enough to get away from the Kevin Pietersen soap opera.
Paul McGinley believes Rory McIlroy will need to improve his patience levels if the world No1 is to secure a first Masters title this spring and go on to dominate the golfing majors for years to come.
Nothing in tennis matters more to Andy Murray than beating Novak Djokovic, although seeing off Tomas Berdych comes close. So a 10th defeat by the world No1 in 11 matches on the court a short drive from his second home, in Miami, surely leaves a scar that will take some healing.
The Labour party’s business credentials have come under further attack from major company bosses after a survey showed that about two dozen FTSE 100 chairmen think a government led by Ed Miliband would be an economic catastrophe.
Harry Potter author tells fans on Twitter that she was also rejected under pen name Robert Galbraith, saying ‘they don’t even want me in a beard’
Formula One is a mess but the sport is failing to even acknowledge it has a problem, according to John Watson. The former driver, who won five grands prix and is now better known as a commentator, said major changes are needed to save the sport.
Alastair Cook was once again denied significant time in the middle as he prepared for next month’s Test series against West Indies with a second single-figure score as Yorkshire went on to wrap up a convincing nine-wicket win inside three days over MCC in the traditional season opener in Abu Dhabi.